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With the launch season for Formula 1 2019 just around the corner, the first controversies of the new year have already broken. But in many cases, the seeds of the stories that will dominate the series' news this year have already been sown
Formula 1's 2019 aerodynamic rule changes have been divisive - pushed through too quickly and unlikely to do anything to help overtaking, according to the sceptics. The architects of the revamp explain their logic, and the accelerated process
The implication that attending a Formula E race is a 'punishment' for a misbehaving Formula 1 driver prompted plenty of derision, but there was logic and value to Max Verstappen's day with the Marrakesh stewards.
Mattia Binotto has been outstanding in a technical leadership role at Ferrari, but the team is mad to think he will automatically replicate that success in the top job given all the challenges surrounding that role at Maranello.
Formula 1's in-house TV streaming service stumbled badly when it launched in 2018. As a crucial part of Liberty's vision, it now faces a crunch second season
After the grease and grit of their earlier years, McLaren began to take on a slick new look. Under meticulous management by Ron Dennis, attention to detail and merciless ambition would reap seriously lucrative rewards, says Damien Smith
Of late, Lewis Hamilton has come under fire for his extra-curricular activities, which some pundits view as a distraction from his racing. And yet these 'distractions', says Robert Holmes, seem to be making him stronger than ever...
The 2019 Formula 1 season promises to be the year of the new generation with up-and-coming talents at top teams and an influx of youth. But how does a young driver survive cut-throat F1?
Lando Norris has reached Formula 1 with plenty of hype and momentum thanks to a stellar junior single-seater CV - which overshadowed that of a teammate who looks increasingly worthy of a similar step up
Will the 2019 rule tweaks vault some new names to the front of the Formula 1 field? That's what the midfield is dreaming of. Our technical expert offers insight into that mindset, and precisely what an F1 team is doing right now with testing a month away
The Formula 1 title was settled long before last year's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, but further down the pitlane there was someone else celebrating a title - Williams's BriSCA F1 stock car racer mechanic.
Michael Schumacher famously quit the Jordan team for Benetton immediately after his startling Formula 1 debut at Spa, despite potentially having committed himself for two years. This is how he did it, and why Eddie Jordan believes his team could've had Benetton's title success had one word on a contract been different.
Renault has not been anywhere near Mercedes or Ferrari so far in F1's turbo hybrid era. But, with positive noises coming out of the team regarding the steps it feels it is making over the winter, this year could be the one when it finally bridges the gap